Oniyama Jigoku Reviews
鬼山地獄は、別名「ワニ地獄」とも呼ばれている。大正12年に日本で初めて温泉熱を利用し、ワニ飼育を開始した。 現在、クロコダイル、アリゲーターなど、約70頭のワニを飼育している。 泉質：ナトリウム一塩化物泉 泉温：約99.1度 その中でも見てほしいワニが1頭「イチロウ」という名前のワニです。鬼山地獄で飼われているイチロウは、現在3代目。ワニ園の目玉として、その名前を代々引き継いでいるようです。ワニ園... more »Oniyama Jigoku is also known as "Alligator Hell". In 1923, the company used hot spring heat for the first time in Japan and began breeding crocodiles. Currently, about 70 crocodiles, including crocodiles and alligators, are bred. Spring quality: Sodium monochloride spring temperature: About 99.1 degrees Among them, one crocodile that you want to see is a crocodile named "Ichiro". The Ichiro, which is kept in Oniyama Jigoku, is now the third generation. As the centerpiece of the crocodile garden, it seems to have inherited the name from generation to generation. Because it is the centerpiece of the crocodile garden, Ichiro dusts the size of the no.1 in oniyama hell. The total length is 4 meters and the weight is a whopping 500 kilograms ... if you see such a crocodile raw, you may be too powerful (laughs) It is that you can see the food of the crocodile. The scenery of the alligator feeding is a must-see because it is not easily seen in a general zoo. The admission fee for Oniyama Jigoku was set as follows. Adults above high school students are "400 yen once", high school students are "300 yen once", junior high school students are "250 yen once", and elementary school students are "200 yen once".
やや広い地獄から煙が出ていましたがそれ自体は特別感が無かったです。むしろ展示されている生きているワニと巨大な剥製ワニの方が印象に残りました。特に実際にこちらで飼育されていた70年以上生きていたボルネオ産のワニの剥製は迫力がありました。 ワニは一見の価値ありと思います。 more »There was smoke coming out of a slightly wider hell, but there was no special feeling in itself. Rather, the living crocodiles on display and the giant stuffed crocodiles left an impression on me. In particular, the stuffed crocodiles from Borneo, which had lived for more than 70 years that had actually been bred here, were powerful. Crocodiles are worth a look.
Not sure it's right for so many crocs to be in such an unnatural setting.
A bit weird place in beppu, with plenty of crocodile enjoying hot springs here.
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